The Foo Fighters have motionless to lift a block on their European debate in a arise of a comfortless Paris militant attacks that took place on Friday, Nov. 13.
“It is with surpassing unhappiness and intense regard for everybody in Paris that we have been forced to announce a termination of a rest of a tour,” a rope tells Us Weekly in a statement. “In light of this meaningless violence, a shutting of borders, and general mourning, we can’t continue right now. There is no other approach to contend it. This is crazy and it sucks. Our thoughts and prayers are with everybody who was harm or who mislaid a desired one.”
The rope was primarily set to perform in Turin, Italy, on Saturday, and in Paris on Monday, Nov. 16.
Megaband U2 also announced that it would be canceling a span of shows in Paris this weekend following a tragedy.
“We watched in dishonesty and startle during a maturation events in Paris and a hearts go out to all of a victims and their families opposite a city tonight,” a band, who is now in Paris, pronounced in a matter on a website. “We are ravaged during a detriment of life during a Eagles of Death Metal unison and a thoughts and prayers are with a rope and their fans. And we wish and urge that all of a fans in Paris are safe.”
On Friday, terrorists pounded several sites via a city and killed during slightest 150 people and left many some-more injured; a vital sports track and stone unison venue were among a targeted spaces.
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